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DAVE GROHL ENDED HIATUS SIX MONTHS EARLY TO WRITE NEW FOO FIGHTERS LP

The rock singer says that six months into his self-imposed break, he began writing
28 Jul 2017 – 10:43 AM EDT
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Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl told Rolling Stone in a new interview that he cut a planned one-year hiatus in half to begin writing the band's upcoming ninth album, Concrete And Gold. Grohl said that six months into his self-imposed break, he began writing the LP at an AirBnB he rented in Ojai, California. He recalled, "I brought a case of wine and sat there in my underwear with a microphone for about five days, just writing . . . it happened at the perfect time. I was inspired by what was going on with our country -- politically, personally, as a father, an American and a musician. There was a lot to write about."

  • Grohl also confirmed that neither Taylor Swift nor Adele appear on the album as rumored. Grohl himself has hinted at a cameo by the "biggest pop star in the world," whom he still declines to identify.
  • Guests on the record include The Bird And The Bee’s Inara George, the Dead Weather's Allison Mosshart, saxophonist Dave Koz and singer Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men fame.
  • Concrete And Gold will arrive on September 15th, 2017. The first single, "Run," currently tops the rock radio chart.
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